The method has inspired a few of us to do a little more for USB booting. We're working on a few things so hopefully we'll be able to make it a little easier for users in a future release of UBCD4Win. Thanks for your help!
I'm glad I could help you out. Let me know if you need anything. Also how come this thread isn't sticked anymore?
That error message happened to me on my first build. I think I fixed it by changing some information in an XML file. Or it could have been caused by Vista Ultimate 64? I can't be sure of that because for the rest of my builds I did them in an XP Pro Virtual Machine.
My second build- worked but the menu was messed up. This was a simple newbie mistake, something that I didn't really think about until I had problems. After a little while my brain started working and I remembered some past discussions. In UBCD4Win builder I had elected to NOT build the ISO, big mistake. Mistake because then post processing is not completed because AutoBuild isn't run!! So you basically have to tell UBCD4Win builder to make the ISO, but then disable the "AutoBuild 95: Build ISO" plugin.
My third build- was my successful one!!
Now to fix the problem. Navigate to "C:\UBCD4Win\OEM1\nu2menu". Open the nu2menu.xml file to edit it. Do a search and replace, you need to search for:
and replace it with:
There should only be one instance of this to change. Save it and then build again, I hope it works for you!!
That's interesting. I'll have to look into this when I get to work. I remember changing something for nu2menu.xml, but I know I was able to boot before hand.
it will show up in the AutoRun menu when the USB-flash is inserted
action=Run the nu2menu Program
extract icons with BatchIconExtractor.exe
Hey that's cool. I can add that to the zip when I get into work tomorrow.